Ethical Assessment

Ethical Assessment

Johannesen, R. L., Valde, K. S., & Whedbee, K. E. (2008). Chapters 12

Johnson, C. E. (2009). Chapters 1, 2

An assessment is characterized by input resulting in measurable data that can be evaluated. From the results, benchmarks can be established. An organization would conduct an ethical assessment to identify its strengths and weaknesses, gain consensus and clarification on key issues, identify what the ideal state would be, and then develop and implement an action plan.

This the ACTIVITY—-Critiquing an Assessment Strategy:
In the Johnannesen text, five case studies are provided in the Appendix. Select one case study. Assess the critic’s analysis of the given case, as well as provide your own detailed ethical assessment.

Johannesen, R. L., Valde, K. S., & Whedbee, K. E.  (2008).  Ethics in human communication.  Long Grove, IL:  Waveland Press.  ISBN: 9781577665557
Johnson, C. E.  (2012).  Meeting the ethical challenges of leadership: Casting light or shadow.  (4th ed.).  Los Angeles, CA:  SAGE.  ISBN: 9781412982221